Broke back mountain sex

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Brokeback Mountain

Parent reviews for Brokeback Mountain | Common Sense Media

The film follows the relationship between two ranch hands who fall in love whilst watching sheep in the Wyoming Mountains. It was rated R in the US for 'sexuality, nudity, language and some violence' and was submitted for UK classification in the autumn with a 15 request. The key issues for classification were some moderate to strong sex scenes, strong language, brief violence and descriptions of violence and nudity. A brutal punch-up is also shown although it lacks impact detail , as are establishing images of Jack's bloody face after his accident. The sex scenes were carefully considered by the BBFC — the strongest sex scene being one between Ennis played by Heath Ledger and his wife. In it he is aggressive and rolls her over penetrating her from behind with some force as she cries out.

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Their attire of wool jackets, skintight blue jeans and matching denim shirts with leather boots perfectly square them in the trope of the cowboy. They spit often, talk little, and look each other in the eye even less. At first anyway. The two farmhands, their boss informs them, are going to stay up in the mountains. All they have is each other, and the first thirty minutes of the film is a quiet pastoral build to very sudden sex.
Adapted from the short story of the same name by Annie Proulx , the screenplay was written by Ossana and Larry McMurtry. Lee became attached to the project after previous attempts to adapt the short story into a film did not materialize. Focus Features and River Road Entertainment would jointly produce and distribute the film.